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In Las Vegas there is the Penn and Teller theater with regularly scheduled shows by professional magicians. Is there an online resources listing such shows within Europe?

It doesn't have to be a specific type of magic, as long as it's suitable for adults and not just kids. Most Google searches return listings of individual magicians or shows, rather than a list of options in different regions.

There is a list of circus shows in Central Europe, but those usually contain a lot more elements than just 'magic'.

closed as too broad by Mark Mayo Jul 17 '16 at 13:51

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  • Are theaters were one person/group performs a few times a week fine or are you looking for a place is used by a variety of magicians? – neo Jul 17 '16 at 13:38
  • Europe is extremely broad, covering dozens of countries. A quick google shows one in Spain, easily found. Can you please narrow this down, as currently it's matching the 'too broad' definition perfectly. – Mark Mayo Jul 17 '16 at 13:40
  • Especially if the answer to my question is "the former" than there are at least half a dozen such places in Germany alone. – neo Jul 17 '16 at 13:42
  • We're already getting a London answer, and that's just one city among many. I'm putting on hold until the scope can be narrowed. – Mark Mayo Jul 17 '16 at 13:51
  • @MarkMayo limited the scope to Central Europe. I've tried looking in Czech Republic and Slovakia and couldn't find any, so the answers would probably be limited to Germany/Austria. – JonathanReez Jul 17 '16 at 15:11
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A quick google search found me an 'what is on' magic site.
And in the list there I recognized a show in London, which was recently mentioned on BBC TV. Here is a link to a booking site where you can book tickets for that show.

An other way in might be finding a magician you would like to see and go to his/her website and see where they perform.
Like the site of Hans Klok.

Added after your edit to 'Central Europe':
Central Europe is quite a difficult search term for Google in my view, you might be better off searching for separate countries in the region.
I found one Vienna group.

I guess you get better results looking in the local languages. Zaubershow seems to work.
As I do not speak German, I am a bit limited in searching.

  • I've edited the question to be less broad. – JonathanReez Jul 17 '16 at 14:43

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